Ana Miramontes is the spokesperson for the ‘They are our children’ association. She believes that there is a lot of hypocrisy and lack of responsibility on the part of our legislators regarding surrogacy, which Ana Obregón has resorted to to have her daughter at age 68. She believes that the issue needs a calm and calm debate. She maintains that nothing has been done legislatively in this regard and it has been the courts that have given them the road map.
He affirms that the economic consideration must be regulated. He gives the United Kingdom as an example, which contemplates an altruistic model with judicial control, even establishing the conditions of how management must be carried out, even for foreigners. “This model is not that far away and it is simply looking at countries with similar mentalities to ours that are doing it.
He points out that in this way processes developed on the margin are avoided because if there is no legislation there is no framework path to follow.
She considers herself a staunch defender of individual freedom and points out that the US system even contemplates the intervention of psychologists and lawyers who assess the situation. “It is a judge who decides whether or not she is the mother. All these steps have been followed and are mandatory in order to reach the moment in which she is. In her case, all the conditions have been met and she has followed a regulated system and legal.
From the association ‘We are not vessels’ they want this debate to emerge publicly
Alicia Miyares is a spokesperson for the association ‘We are not vessels’, which is positioned against surrogacy. She points out that in 2015 they suffered as a platform to make this debate public. She believes that the public was not aware that this practice was taking place in Spain. Her goal is for this debate to surface publicly.
He points out that citizens have been changing their position and once you undo the emotional part of the matter, we all empathize. He believes that it must be taken into account that this practice could not be carried out without the clause that the pregnant woman has to irrevocably renounce the right of filiation. “A right that women have taken centuries to achieve,” she says.
It is positioned in favor of abortion “because we are against forced maternity” and against surrogate motherhood “because we are against maternity subjected” to a contract where the autonomy of the pregnant woman is limited. He believes that altruistic practice does not exist because the contracts limit his decision-making capacity and autonomy, even medical visits are regulated. “It’s constant interference,” she maintains.